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Thursday, November 19, 2015 10:14 AM • Mōno Simeone
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  • Thursday, November 19, 2015 10:14 AM | Mōno Simeone (Administrator)
    Job Description: The Baldwin Group, Inc. (TBG), a contractor to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Office for Coastal Management, seeks an exceptional individual to provide remote sensing and geospatial coordination as well as technical support in the West Coast region (California, Oregon, and Washington). The successful candidate will serve as the West Coast regional geospatial specialist assisting in the development and implementation of regional activities, coordinating and providing direct technical assistance in the region, and participating in other Office for Coastal Management geospatial and remote sensing projects.

    Core responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following tasks:

    -Assist with product development as identified by regional needs throughout the West Coast. The following products are in development or might be enhanced: the Coastal-Change Analysis Program land cover data and trend information; Sea Level Rise Visualization tool; partnership support; ocean economy partnership support (Economics: National Ocean Watch); and the creation of web based maps for regional application

    -Coordinate responses to geospatial technical assistance requests in the region.

    -Develop case studies from the West Coast focused on the application of Office for Coastal Management data, tools, or trainings to address specific coastal management outcomes.

    -Develop contextual maps, such as Esri's story maps, that will be hosted on the Digital Coast website

    -Attend and participate in relevant geospatial and regional meetings. This includes participating in regional geospatial workgroups; assisting with coordination of state and federal mapping and application efforts; developing geospatial tools, information, and regional data coordination work; and providing technical assistance.

    -Coordinate Office for Coastal Management projects and programs in the region, with a focus on helping coastal states and communities make informed decisions for the use of their lands and waters

    -Identify relationship-building opportunities in the region and in collaboration with other National Ocean Service and NOAA regional programs

    Travel is required on an as-needed basis throughout the region, as well as to Charleston, South Carolina, and Silver Spring, Maryland.


    -Master's degree in the coastal resource management field or related field, plus two years' related experience

    -Self-starter with the ability to work in a small team environment without direct day-to-day, onsite supervision

    -Strong communication and organizational skills, as well as excellent interpersonal skills

    -Ability to understand coastal management issues and use geospatial technologies to help address these issues

    -Demonstrated ability to build relationships with management, colleagues, and external partners

    -Five to seven years' experience using ERDAS and ESRI ArcGIS

    -Experience with land cover mapping

    -Experience with elevation data

    -Knowledge of coastal and marine programs in the West Coast region and within NOAA

    -Experience working with state and federal agencies, tribes, academia, and nongovernmental organizations

    -Project management experience

    -Demonstrated interpersonal and facilitation skills

    -Advanced degree in earth science preferred

    To apply: send resumes to
    Please include "Geospatial Coordinator" in the subject line.

    Equal Opportunity/Access/Affirmative Action/Pro-Disabled and Pro-Veteran Employer
    Salary: TBD
    Organization*: The Baldwin Group, Inc., a contractor for NOAA Office for Coastal Management
    Address*: 1301
    Clay Street 
    Oakland, CA 94612
    United States
    Contact Name:
    Contact Email:
    Contact Phone Number:
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  • Monday, November 16, 2015 9:42 AM | Mōno Simeone (Administrator)
    Job Title*: Systems Coordinator/Technician
    Job Description: The City of Mountain View has an outstanding opportunity for you to join a great organization and contribute your talents as a Systems Coordinator/ Technician. In this position you will perform a variety of data management and information systems administration responsibilities in a City operation. 

    Education and Experience: Possession of an associate’s degree in information systems or a related field, plus two years of computer systems support, development or administration experience; knowledge of GIS concepts and techniques, including computerized mapping and digital data conversion is highly desired. A GISP certificate is highly desired. Must possess a
    a valid Class C Driver’s License. A detailed job announcement outlining job duties and responsibilities can be reviewed at: .

    Applicants must complete and submit a City of Mountain View application, supplemental questionnaire and resume online at: or the Human Resources Division, City of Mountain View, 500 Castro Street, Mountain View, CA 94041, (650) 903-6309. Application materials will be screened on a continuous basis with a first application review date of Monday, November 23, 2015. Interested applicants apply early. The City of Mountain View is an equal opportunity employer.
    Salary: $67,614 to $79,545/Annually
    Organization*: City of Mountain View
    Department: City Manager's Office/Human Resources Division
    Address*: 500 Castro Street
    United States
    Mountain View, California 94041
    United States
    Contact Name: Ruth Corona-Garcia
    Contact Email:
    Contact Phone Number: 650-903-6064
    Contact Fax Number: 650-962-8505


  • Tuesday, November 10, 2015 1:06 PM | Mōno Simeone (Administrator)
    Job Title*:Fiber Engineer - MRE / PLA ApprenticeJob Description:MRE / PLA Apprentice. The role of MRE / PLA encompasses a two-fold role. First, is to receive field survey data and to perform MRE and PLA calculations; Second, is to perform quality control review of the PLA work performed by our off-shore teams and then create the needed make ready applications and engineering to allow the OSP Engineers to determine usability of a pole line within the OSP design. The Make-Ready Engineer will perform work associated with make ready engineering in support of fiber to the home (FTTH) projects. Work will utilize programs, procedures and work processes developed and provided by the project along with standard engineering work planning, scheduling and cost estimating to complete project deliverables. The Make-Ready Engineer will drive for quality of deliverables and minimize rework through the application of quality absolutes while working independently and as part of a team.

    Specific Duties:

    Directs and coordinates self - performed and subcontracted MRE activities for the project.
    Leads meetings and subsequent coordination activities with pole owners / utilities regarding make-ready submittals, design, and construction requirements and activities.
    Manages the flow of information required from third parties to assure the timely progress of the MRE work.
    Performs make ready installation assessments, and reviews of designs and drawings supporting MRE applications. 
    Works cross-functionally within the project teams to MRE to ensure a cost-effective plant.
    Resolves field initiated questions on MRE and construction.
    Provides input to risk assessments, safety practices, and procedures related to MRE and make ready construction work.
    Communicates complex technical issues and recommends solutions to client, project and functional management as directed and as appropriate.
    Contributes to a project work environment which fosters openness, trust, communication, teamwork, empowerment, innovation, and satisfaction.
    Completes make ready pole applications for submittal to utilities local to project markets.
    Coordinates with project team members collecting field data in support of make ready engineering. Receives field data and verifies data is in format to support MRE work. Reviews photographic imagery provided with field data to determine optimum fiber alignments and locations.
    Preforms analysis of pole attachments utilizing standard industry software such as Spida Calc, O Calc, or Pole Foreman. Utilizing design programs and determines make ready remedies.
    Prepares pole inventory tables for the pole applications summarizing MRE remedies.
    Oversees Make-Ready Designers preparing cover sheets and design drawings depicted outside plant (OSP aerial layouts utilizing existing project tools and procedures.
    Maintains continual status of assigned work through tracking tools assigned by the project or self-developed.
    Provides technical direction to team of engineers, designers, drafters, technicians and others who assist in preforming specific assignments.
    Provides on-the-job-training of assigned personnel.
    Coordinates as necessary with engineering management and functional groups to ensure understanding of technical quality and cost expectations of the specific design packages.
    Preforms interface management with minimal technical oversight.
    Basic Qualifications:

    Proven experience and knowledge of make ready engineering processes and procedures.
    Knowledge of make ready construction practices, and the economics and schedule impacts involved and current and new methods of design and construction. 
    Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
    Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
    Willingness to accept project assignment in North America to support FTTH projects.
    Must have the right to work and remain in the US without visa sponsorship. 
    Demonstrated outside plant engineering and construction experience with a major telecommunications provider is a plus.
    Proficient in Pole Loading Analysis (PLA) and Force Diagrams, specifically Osmose O’Calc and Spida SpidaCalc. 
    Extensive knowledge of GO95 and NESC Knowledge of various California pole line owners rules and regulations.Salary:Organization*:MATRIX ResourcesDepartment:Address*:United States
    United States
    United States, United States United States
    United StatesContact Name:Contact Email:ross.sales@matrixres.comContact Phone Number:770-450-6437Contact Fax Number:Website:

  • Tuesday, November 10, 2015 1:01 PM | Mōno Simeone (Administrator)
    Job Title*: 99957 | Outside Plant Engineer - Design Lead
    Job Description: Title: Outside Plant Engineer – Lead Design 
    Location: San Jose - Santa Clara CA 
    Project Duration: 18 months

    Outside Plant Design Lead- Roles and Responsibilities - GFiber Program. The role of the Outside Plant Engineer is to provide guidance and to review outside plant and fiber designs for the placement of a greenfield fiber-to-the-home infrastructure. Key to this role is that this is a true greenfield (not brownfield nor common trench) but rather a city-wide new build of underground and make-ready mandate of aerial.

    Specific Duties:

    Responsible from Start to Finish (Design-to-Acceptance of Construction) for every design created - Any changes found required in the field, will be held responsible for approving or disapproving the changes - Performance evaluations shall be partially based on the number of field changes required on designs.
    It should be understood, the field has no authority to make changes to the design, only the Design Engineer and or WQA has the authority to make changes to approved designs. 
    Responsible for creation of: - Nominal Design - High Level Designs - Low Level Designs - Construction Drawings - Permit Drawings - As Built Drawings - Conceptual designs for alternative solutions (i.e. Microduct ABF solutions).
    Responsible for developing CONSTRUCTABLE outside plant designs (aerial and underground) that will allow for: - Optimal route selections and construction methods to ensure most cost effective design is created - Construction of route with minimal to no field changes - Obtaining Permits for Construction - Clearly demonstrate to the untrained eye the requirements for building an underground and or aerial infrastructure - All details on the construction drawings must be linked to GPS coordinates, with distances taking into consideration of the ‘X’, ‘Y’, and ‘Z’ coordinates for accurate distance measurements from GPS coordinates. Responsible for ensuring all designs created are fully compliant with industry and local standards and regulations, inclusive of: - NESC - EPA - NEC - RUS - EIA / TIA.
    Responsible for acting as the technical expert, when presenting Permitting drawings and or plans to the Authorities - Cities / Communities - County - State - Department of Transportation - Water Company(s) - PG&E and other Aerial Pole Line owners - Light Transit Rail - Union Pacific Rail and other heavy rail lines - Home Owner Associations or other Residential / Neighborhood Organizations.
    Utilize Ericsson ‘Network Engineer’ design tool for developing all design documents - Utilization of the NE Libraries and updating the Libraries when required - Creation of Design Rules that will drive the manner in which the NE tool functions.
    Prepare detailed materials specifications for Ericsson Supply Evaluation of materials for compliance with specification and quality, as presented by manufacturers, vendors, and Ericsson Supply - Evaluate proposed materials to verify compliance with quality and specifications and preparing written reports on compliance or non-compliance.
    Responsible for pulling and having the ability to read a USGS geological report on soil types and conditions for the respective areas they are designing radar survey, and linking that to provided other Utility prints details to clearly document and reflect subsurface information on the Construction and Permitting Drawings.
    Ability to use the LiDAR provided data, to ‘drive’ the route area and collect adequate information to make informed decisions for respective designs.
    Ability to use the GE MapSight data, to make informed decisions on the use of Aerial Pole line and to make designs based on this information.
    Creation of standard ‘Typical’ design drawings for aerial and underground infrastructure.
    Creation of call outs on Construction Drawings. 
    Creation of Aerial Design drawings that clearly show Sag and Comprehensive knowledge of fiber-to-the-home architectures.
    Knowledge of various construction techniques, inclusive of: - Aerial (Make Ready Engineering and Strand Mapping) - Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) - Narrow (Mini) Trenching - Micro-Trenching.
    Knowledge of fiber placement (aerial and underground), splicing, testing, and strand allocation.
    Knowledge of microduct, a major plus.
    Knowledge of AutoCAD.
    Knowledge of GIS, such as ArcGIS, a major plus. 
    Should have at least 10-15 years in OSP Design.
    ***Note: U.S. citizens/Green card ONLY due to government or federal requirement.***
    Organization*: Matrix Resources
    Address*: 1000
    Abernathy Road, Suite 300 North Park 400
    Atlanta, GA 30328
    Contact Name: Anthony Cole
    Contact Email:
    Contact Phone Number: 678-701-4243
    Contact Fax Number:

  • Monday, November 02, 2015 3:38 PM | Mōno Simeone (Administrator)
    Job Title*: Mapping Technician III Recruitment #15-2303-01
    Job Description: In the Alameda County Assessor's office, perform a variety of detailed mapping and drafting work, interpret and delineate property ownership; establish and maintain detailed and inter-related mapping systems; interpret and coordinate technical research data, and perform related work as required.
    Salary: $51,109.50 - $61,054.50 / year
    Organization*: County of Alameda
    Department: Assessor's Office, Mapping Dept.
    Address*: 1221 Oak St.

    Oakland, CA 94612
    United States
    Contact Name: Shelisa Jackson
    Contact Email:
    Contact Phone Number: 510-208-3954
    Contact Fax Number:


  • Monday, October 26, 2015 9:54 AM | Mōno Simeone (Administrator)
    Job Description: Cadastral Mapping Technician I/II (AutoCAD)
    $3,773, - $4,586 / Month (I)
    $4,438 - $5,273 / Month (II)
    Marin County, San Rafael, CA

    The Marin County Human Resources Department and the Community Development Agency are announcing a recruitment for the position of Cadastral Mapping Technician I/II. There are currently two (2) full-time vacancies which will be filled at either the Cadastral Mapping Technician I or the Cadastral Mapping Technician II level.

    The Cadastral Mapping Technician I/II will perform skilled cadastral mapping work for assessment purposes which includes the drafting of maps based on legal descriptions and other information; searching records and establishing ownership through title search; plotting maps from legal descriptions; creating, maintaining and updating Assessor’s maps and map records; and resolving discrepancies with property boundaries. The Cadastral Mapping Technician I/II will provide customer service and answer general inquiries. Cadastral Mapping Technician IIs provide technical information to the public via the public counters, phone and email to colleagues, the public, property owners, governmental agencies, real estate brokers, surveyors and others. The Cadastral Mapping Technician I/II also performs routine office work, including writing correspondence and maintaining paper and electronic records, notes and files related to the work performed. The role of Mapping Technician I is the entry level position working under close supervision. The Cadastral Mapping Technician II level supervision generally consists of technical review of completed assignments.

    THE IDEAL CANDIDATE: The ideal candidate possesses experience with AutoCad, graphics editing and the Microsoft Office Suite. The ideal candidate has familiarity with assessment parcel maps, surveying, California Real Estate Law, and Marin County geography and land use. The ideal candidate has the ability to provide excellent customer service and work well independently. The ideal candidate has excellent attention to detail, strong writing skills and experience maintaining historical records and notes through the course of work.


    For Cadastral Mapping Technician I:
    Successful completion of a college level or technical school course focusing on computer aided design and drafting with emphasis on basic AutoCAD OR six months of experience using drafting AutoCAD software; AND six months working with County Assessor maps, recorded maps or survey maps.

    For Cadastral Mapping Technician II:
    One year of experience in cadastral mapping and AutoCAD computer aided design software which includes a minimum of one year experience in a California Assessor (or Assessor-Recorder) Office performing cadastral mapping in the preparation and maintenance of assessment maps, property description records, and ownership records.

    Filing Deadline: Open Until Filled. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of County application and supplemental application form. Apply online at: or contact Marin County HR Dept, Rm 415, 3501 Civic Center Dr, San Rafael, CA 94903 or call (415) 473-6104. EOE/TTY
    Organization*: Marin County
    Department: Community Development Agency
    Address*: United States
    United States
    United States, United States United States
    United States
    Contact Name:
    Contact Email:
    Contact Phone Number: 415-473-6104
    Contact Fax Number:

  • Friday, October 23, 2015 12:12 PM | Mōno Simeone (Administrator)
    Job Title*: GIS Specialist I
    Job Description: Ever wanted to live and work right next to Yosemite National Park? Mariposa County in California is seeking a full-time/benefited GIS Specialist I position. Mariposa County, located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, is known for its amazing sceneries, outdoor attractions, rural lifestyle, and historic towns. Please visit our website at for more information.

    GIS Specialist I: Under general direction and supervision, to perform basic to complex data development and mapping functions for County departments involved in GIS activities; perform skilled and routine tasks in support of GIS systems and databases. To assist other technical staff in maintaining GIS systems and databases; and to do related work as required. Must have knowledge of GIS tools and applications; mapping techniques and principles.

    To learn more about this position and how to apply please visit our website at for more information.
    Salary: $3,803.73 - $4,623.23/month
    Organization*: Mariposa County
    Department: Human Resources
    Address*: P.O. Box 1917
    4988 11th Street, Suite B
    Mariposa, CA 95338
    United States
    Contact Name: Donna Wass
    Contact Email:
    Contact Phone Number: 209-742-1379
    Contact Fax Number: 209-742-1378

  • Friday, October 23, 2015 9:25 AM | Mōno Simeone (Administrator)
    Job Title*: GIS Specialist, Program Leader, Nothern Mariana Islands
    Job Description: Located in Micronesia, the 14 islands of the CNMI are home to numerous endemic and endangered species that you will help to conserve. The islands are characterized by inland forests, beaches, turquoise waters, rich history and culture, and year-round activities such as diving, fishing, snorkeling, hiking and golfing.

    This position will serve as the GIS Specialist at the Division of Fish and Wildlife (DFW) for the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, a US Territory. She/He will lead DFW’s GIS program: developing data management procedures, aiding wildlife studies and analyses, producing map products, and implementing needed technologies. The GIS Specialist will work closely with staff biologists in the Wildlife Section and the Director of DFW.

    Located in Micronesia, the 14 islands of the CNMI are home to numerous endemic and endangered species that you will help to conserve. The islands are characterized by inland forests, beaches, turquoise waters, rich history and culture, and year-round activities such as diving, fishing, snorkeling, hiking and golfing.

    • Develop and oversee spatial data management systems for the Wildlife Section.
    • Establish digital systems to streamline spatial data collection, entry, QA/QC, and analysis, with input from DFW biologists.
    • Conduct landscape-scale analysis and modeling of spatial data for wildlife conservation projects and biological studies.
    • Create map products to enhance wildlife programs, outreach and reporting.
    • Assist biologists with spatial elements of project design and planning.
    • Perform and manage long-term projects, including spatial analysis of endangered species habitat use and assessment of development permitting system.
    • Occasionally assist biological inventories on 1- to 3-week field excursions to rugged, uninhabited northern islands. Camp in wilderness field conditions.
    • Recommend and coordinate data technologies to aid biological programs, including GPS and tablet data loggers. Coordinate data cataloging and management.
    • Build, maintain, modify and update GIS for all islands of the CNMI.
    • Develop protocols to distribute DFW data to CNMI partnering agencies and federal grantor agencies.
    • Write funding proposals and manage GIS-related projects and grants.
    • Participate in the CNMI GIS User Group, collaborate, and facilitate inter-agency data coordination.

    • BS in Geography, Environmental Science, Computer Science, Natural Resources Management or related field. MS or equivalent professional GIS certification preferred.
    • Proficiency with ArcGIS 10® desktop applications and administration.
    • Coursework or experience in Wildlife Biology, Natural Resource Management or related

    Must have 3 years of applied experience with GIS technology and management. A Masters of Science degree in an appropriate discipline or a Masters-level GIS Certificate may substitute for up to 2 years of the required experience.

    Familiarity with GIS tools for spatial analyses of wildlife and environmental data. Experience performing spatial analyses on wildlife-related datasets.

    Familiarity with standard GPS field equipment, post-processing software, and current technologies relevant to GIS.

    Familiarity with ArcGIS Server, ArcGIS Online, or similar map server.

    Experience disseminating outputs through publications, reports, talks or academic papers.

    Experience in wilderness camping; tolerant of tropical conditions. Must be physically fit for field work and willing to participate in multi-week expeditions to remote islands.

    Experience in interagency coordination, project management or grants management.

    Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

    Must possess a valid driver’s license.

    Must be a citizen of the United States or green card holder.

    To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and copies of your unofficial transcripts to Dr. Anne Orlando, Wildlife Section Supervisor, by email to

    Closing Date: 11/20/2015
    Salary: DOE
    Organization*: CNMI Division of Fish and Wildlife
    Department: Dept. of Land and Natural Resources
    Address*: PO
    Box 10007
    Saipan, MP 96950
    United States
    Contact Name: Anne Orlando
    Contact Email:
    Contact Phone Number:
    Contact Fax Number:

  • Wednesday, October 21, 2015 3:30 PM | Mōno Simeone (Administrator)
    Job Title*: Associate Consultant (Engineering Assistant Intern) As-Needed
    Job Description: The City of Santa Clara’s Electric Utility Department is currently seeking Engineering Assistant Interns.

    These positions are opportunities for students who have experience in AutoCAD and/or GIS and are interested in working for the City’s Electric Utility Department (Silicon Valley Power). These positions will provide students with diverse job experience through working on a variety of tasks and projects. Common tasks will include updating record drawings in GIS and/or AutoCAD and supporting senior staff as needs arise. The hours are part-time (within the hours of 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday). The ideal candidate would be able to work 15-30 hours per week.

    This intern position will directly support engineering activities in the Electric Utility Department. The intern will work with various Electric Utility staff to complete tasks and projects.

    Typical Duties:

    • Assist in the review of plans and specifications for compliance with City rules and regulations and City engineering standards;
    • Conduct field measurements, assist with utility design activities, and update record drawings;
    • Prepare maps and drawings using geographic information system (GIS) tools or AutoCAD;
    • Provide administrative support for engineering projects, including filing and data entry; and
    • Assist in conducting field inventory of existing Electric Utility infrastructure such as transformers, switches, poles, pole attachments, manholes, and other utility facilities.

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • Currently enrolled student in engineering, GIS studies, or a related field from an accredited college or university;
    • Working knowledge of AutoCAD or ESRI based GIS;
    • Satisfactory completion of courses in algebra, geometry, trigonometry; and
    • Possession of a valid California Class C driver’s license.

    Only the most qualified candidates who demonstrate the best combination of qualifications in relation to the requirements and duties of the classification will be invited to interview. Meeting the minimum qualifications does not guarantee admittance to the interview.

    Successful candidates will be required to show proof of a valid Driver’s license. Candidates with disabilities who are capable of performing the job duties of the position may request accommodation to help with the application and selection process.
    Salary: $18.80 to 22.60 per hour
    Organization*: Silicon Valley Power, City of Santa Clara
    Department: Electric Engineering Division
    Address*: United States
    United States
    United States, United States United States
    United States
    Contact Name:
    Contact Email:
    Contact Phone Number:
    Contact Fax Number: 408-247-5627

  • Wednesday, October 21, 2015 12:38 PM | Mōno Simeone (Administrator)
    Job Title*: IS Specialist/GIS
    Job Description: The City of Brentwood is currently seeking candidates for a Geographical Information Systems (GIS) position assigned to the City’s Information Services Division. This position will assist with the opening of a new Police Dispatch center by implementing the GIS portion of the Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) software. Once the Dispatch center is fully operational, this position will transition into split duties, 50% GIS and 50% Information Systems. Successful candidates will have strong GIS skills and a desire to learn Information Systems technologies. The City is willing to provide Information Systems training to the successful candidate in order to augment or enhance their aptitude in this area.

    A detailed job announcement, complete requirements, and application are available for download at or you may visit Brentwood City Hall, 150 City Park Way, Brentwood CA 94513. Complete application must be received by Human Resources Division no later than 4:00pm Friday, October 30, 2015. No post-marks, faxes or emails. EOE/ADA
    Salary: $7,605.52 - $9,244.55
    Organization*: City of Brentwood
    Address*: 150
    City Park Way
    Brentwood, CA 94513
    United States
    Contact Name:
    Contact Email:
    Contact Phone Number: 925-516-5313
    Contact Fax Number: 925-516-5446

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